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Special To The SunWhat do George Washington and Elvis have in common with the C&O Canal and the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad? This weekend, they all come together in Cumberland. The Western Maryland city - home to the canal and the railroad and once George...
Sun StaffCorrectional officers at a Western Maryland prison kept medical personnel from attending to inmate Ifeanyi A. Iko as he lay motionless and apparently unconscious after a violent encounter with prison staff last year, according to legal papers filed in...
Sun Staff++++++++++++++++++++ || Legislative scorecard ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ || Score-keeping is one of the great political pastimes in Annapolis. Here are some of the session's winners and losers: The winners Parris N....
SunSpot StaffAdelman, Kristen (Columbia) Ale, Chelsea (Silver Spring) Best, Brandon (Mitchellville) Boggs, Bradley (Baltimore) Bond, James (Baltimore) Bou, Verick (Gaithersburg) Boyer, DeWayne (Silver Spring) Brewer, Margaret (Silver Spring) Brigham, Elizabeth...
Tags: Laurel, Bowie, Colleges and Universities, Middletown, Elkton
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. told the Legislative Black Caucus yesterday that he has problems - "big time" - with a key provision of the racial profiling settlement negotiated under the Glendening administration. Ehrlich, who has delayed action on the...
Sun StaffAides to Gov.-elect Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that his campaign used a deeply discounted helicopter service more often than initially disclosed, and provided other details that raised more legal questions about the trips. Ehrlich spokesman...
Sun StaffAn Allegany County grand jury decided yesterday that the prison staff was not criminally responsible for the homicide of a 51-year-old Nigerian inmate three months ago at Western Correctional Institution near Cumberland. The Allegany County state's...
Tags: Justice System, Prosecution, Allegany County, Criminals, Death
Sun StaffThe telephone rings and the heart of the captain's wife leaps, hoping it will be her husband. The phone has rung and rung since he left six weeks ago, rung so much that Julie Dentinger has thought of turning it off for just a few hours, but she doesn't...
Sun StaffRemember the drought? Well, it's over. On the day when winter turned to spring -- with flood warnings out and heavy rain washing away the last of February's snow -- Baltimore's public works chief ended mandatory restrictions yesterday on water...
Sun StaffIn preparation for possible serious flooding in Western Maryland, a 30-member team of water rescue specialists from Kentucky was expected to arrive in Cumberland last night. The Jefferson County team - making its first major deployment outside of the...
Tags: Floods, FEMA, Bodies of Water, Middletown, Fires
Sun StaffCUMBERLAND, Md. - For months, this city could hardly hold back its pride in the sacrifices of the 372nd Military Police Company. Residents organized rallies on the pedestrian mall for the local reservists deployed to Iraq. Nurses mailed care packages...
Special to SunSpotFounded in 1961, Allegany College of Maryland has grown steadily over the years. Its three campuses -- in Cumberland, Md., Bedford County, Pa., and Somerset County, Pa. -- offer quality education at an affordable price to full-time and part-time students,...
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